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  • COYOTES WRAP-UP FIRST SEASON The Alliston Coyotes have wrapped up their phenomenal first season in the GMHL. After compiling a 30-10-2 record through the regular season and advancing past the Orangeville Americans in the first round, the Coyotes bowed out to the hands of the Bradford Bulls in round two.
  • COYOTES DOWN 2-0 TO BULLS Alliston will have to sweep the Bradford Bulls if they have hopes on advancing to round three of the Russell Cup Playoffs. The Coyotes have dropped the first two games against the Bulls; with their latest defeat coming yesterday evening on home ice.
  • PLAYOFFS: ALLISTON EDGES ORANGEVILLE IN SHOOTOUT The Alliston Coyotes evened their series with the Orangeville Americans last night winning 7-6 in a shootout during game two of the quarterfinals. The game winner came at the hands of Coyotes defenseman Derek Van Ness, who racked up three goals and two assists
  • PLAYOFFS ROUND 1: VS ORANGEVILLE The Alliston will be taking on the Orangeville in the first round of the 2013/14 Russell Cup Playoffs. Orangeville finished the season in eight while Alliston finished in seventh. The Coyotes record was 30-10-2 compared to the Americans 25-15-2 record.
  • SUCCESSFUL FIRST SEASON COMES TO END The Alliston Coyotes wrapped up their first regular season yesterday evening with a 6-4 victory over the Rama Aces. Alliston finished their season with a very impressive 30-10-2 record; one of the best records for expansion clubs in the history of the GMHL.
  • ALLISTON PUMPED FOR PLAYOFFS With only two home games left until the Alliston Coyotes wrap their inaugural regular season, the team is gearing up for the next stage of battle. The team grabbed another win at home last Thursday after edging out the Bradford Bulls 4-3.
  • TODYKOV STEALS GAME OFF BULLS Despite being heavily outshot by the fourth place Bradford Bulls, Alliston managed to pull away a 4-3 victory. Goaltender Anton Todykov stopped 61 of 64 shots to be named first star of the game and steal the game for the Coyotes club.

PROGRAM DETAILS

The Alliston Coyotes Tier II Junior 'A' Hockey Club is designed around the development and exposure of young hockey players between the ages of 15-21 in Canada. The players we develop have the aspirations of advancing their hockey careers through the NCAA, Major Junior or Professional levels of hockey. Our partnerships with the GMHL, World Hockey Centre and Russell Hockey Management give our program connections to all levels of hockey, with the proven ability to promote players to higher levels of the game. The owners are excited to be working together with Alliston for the following season.

Play for the Coyotes

The Coyotes are excited to begin the 2013/2014 season and look forward to speaking with players and parents about their interest in our program.

If you would like more information on our program (philosophy, town information, cost, ect.) please download our prospective player information or contact one of our staff members: 

Download the 2013-14 Alliston Coyotes Program